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#AAA36209 - RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. I Fighter - L8011, YK-0, Pat Pattle, No. 80 Squadron, Egypt, Spring 1940 (1:72 Scale)

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RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - HE-G, No. 263 Squadron, Norway, 1940
RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - HE-G, No. 263 Squadron, Norway, 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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One of the only biplane fighters to have any measurable success in the Second World War, the Gloster Gladiator was the product of a bygone era combining with modernity for one last fling. The Gladiator was obsolete by September 1939, but it still had what it took to make a significant impact on history. Air Ministry specification F.7/30 realized (correctly) that future fighters were going to be faster and better armed.
RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - Sgt. Ron Walter, No. 6 Squadron, Lybia, 1941
RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - Sgt. Ron Walter, No. 6 Squadron, Lybia, 1941 (1:72 Scale)
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One of the only biplane fighters to have any measurable success in the Second World War, the Gloster Gladiator was the product of a bygone era combining with modernity for one last fling. The Gladiator was obsolete by September 1939, but it still had what it took to make a significant impact on history. Air Ministry specification F.7/30 realized (correctly) that future fighters were going to be faster and better armed.
RAF Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk. I Fighter - 804 NAS, Fleet Air Arm, 1940
RAF Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk. I Fighter - 804 Naval Air Station, Fleet Air Arm, 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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One of the only biplane fighters to have any measurable success in the Second World War, the Gloster Gladiator was the product of a bygone era combining with modernity for one last fling. The Gladiator was obsolete by September 1939, but it still had what it took to make a significant impact on history. Air Ministry specification F.7/30 realized (correctly) that future fighters were going to be faster and better armed.
RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. I Fighter - L8011, YK-0, Pat Pattle, No. 80 Squadron, Egypt, Spring 1940
RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. I Fighter - L8011, YK-0, Pat Pattle, No. 80 Squadron, Egypt, Spring 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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One of the only biplane fighters to have any measurable success in the Second World War, the Gloster Gladiator was the product of a bygone era combining with modernity for one last fling. The Gladiator was obsolete by September 1939, but it still had what it took to make a significant impact on history. Air Ministry specification F.7/30 realized (correctly) that future fighters were going to be faster and better armed.
RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - "G-GLAD," Fighter Collection Duxford, 2013
RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - "G-GLAD," Fighter Collection Duxford, 2013 (1:72 Scale)
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One of the only biplane fighters to have any measurable success in the Second World War, the Gloster Gladiator was the product of a bygone era combining with modernity for one last fling. The Gladiator was obsolete by September 1939, but it still had what it took to make a significant impact on history. Air Ministry specification F.7/30 realized (correctly) that future fighters were going to be faster and better armed.
   
 
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